Tyler’s review published on Letterboxd:
This Lynch/Kubrick/Hitchcock homage never reaches the greatness of its inspirations, but there are shades. The cinematography is breathtaking and the score is beautiful. The mystery is very intriguing but gets really bogged down with soooo many random red herrings, but I think that was the point. Andrew Garfield's character runs into dead-ends upon dead-ends and never really finds an answer, kinda like the film's audience. I'll need a rewatch or two to gather my complete thoughts but I reaaaally liked it for a while.